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by Aerochu
Tuesday June 26th, 2007 6:58 am MDT
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: Corp. U.S. candidates for priesdent
Replies: 3
Views: 3167

Bayaba: It's on the homepage. You have to read down to find it. (You could just search the text for the name I would expect most people on this forum would know). As for the claim that Admin(?) couldn't find ways Ron Paul would effect the changes he wants, "Voting No", even as the executiv...
by Aerochu
Monday May 21st, 2007 9:18 am MDT
Forum: Elections
Topic: Senate Quorum and Reseating governors
Replies: 1
Views: 4122

Senate Quorum and Reseating governors

The purpose of reseating O.J. governors is so they can appoint U.S. senators, who can then reseat the O.J. president. I've seen it said that we need to reseat all 48 governors. However, I was just reading Article I, Section 5 of the Constitution, which states: ...a Majority of each [house] shall con...
by Aerochu
Thursday March 22nd, 2007 7:08 am MDT
Forum: Elections
Topic: Congressional Power
Replies: 7
Views: 6907

That having been said, Abraham Lincoln (original jurisdiction President) declared Martial Law which I don't think was ever cancelled. Does a president even have the power to declare martial law? Martial law is never mentioned in the constitution, except for suspension of Habeas Corpus. Suspension o...
by Aerochu
Tuesday March 20th, 2007 9:30 am MDT
Forum: Elections
Topic: Congressional Power
Replies: 7
Views: 6907

It seems to me that it is the president who has usurped the powers that you're talking about. Only Congress can declare war, and no such declaration has been passed down since the days after Pearl Harbor was struck. When the President sends troops into sovereign nations, deposes the government, and ...
by Aerochu
Thursday March 15th, 2007 10:47 am MDT
Forum: Patriot Mythology
Topic: Myth 15 and the D.C. Gun Ban
Replies: 5
Views: 4234

The law ultimately comes from God I think this is the point I was trying to get at. I'm going to assume that this refers to the Christian God of the Bible. If we're talking about simply the necessity of respect for one another’s person then I'm sure no one would disagree with God's law. But law as ...
by Aerochu
Wednesday March 14th, 2007 6:21 am MDT
Forum: Patriot Mythology
Topic: Myth 15 and the D.C. Gun Ban
Replies: 5
Views: 4234

However, we never contested the individual right. Yes, I understand this. I just didn't use due diligence in posing my question precisely. Thus, the individual rights to keep and bear arms do exist and the Ninth and Tenth amendments constitutionally secure such private rights outside of the potenti...
by Aerochu
Saturday March 10th, 2007 6:22 pm MST
Forum: Patriot Mythology
Topic: Myth 15 and the D.C. Gun Ban
Replies: 5
Views: 4234

Myth 15 and the D.C. Gun Ban

Under Team Law's Patriot Mythology section, it is stated that Team Law has never seen a Supreme Court decision that stated that the 2nd amendment conferred an individual right to keep and bear arms. Does this mean that if such a decision were made at some point, despite the described rules of Englis...
by Aerochu
Friday January 12th, 2007 7:23 pm MST
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: Corp. State/U.S. and gold
Replies: 5
Views: 5324

Hmm....I'm not sure if Admin is trying to hint at something I'm not getting, or simply misunderstood my question. I am familiar with that clause of the Constitution. An original jurisdiction state government not only could have taken it, they would have HAD to have taken it, yes?. I just don't under...
by Aerochu
Thursday January 4th, 2007 9:39 pm MST
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: Corp. State/U.S. and gold
Replies: 5
Views: 5324

Corp. State/U.S. and gold

Why is it that Corp U.S. and the Corp States can't take gold for payment of fines and such? I read that when Sen. Madsen attempted to pay some sort of Corp State ticket in gold, the court refused. Are they forbidden from doing so by their contractual relationship with the Federal Reserve System? Is ...
by Aerochu
Thursday January 4th, 2007 9:08 pm MST
Forum: Elections
Topic: Qualifed Electors and Land Ownership
Replies: 12
Views: 10509

It looks like I was mistaken with my presumption that you wouldn't find the qualifications for electors in the state constitution. From the original text of the Virginia Constitution of 1776: ...The House of Delegates, and consist of two Representatives, to be chosen for each county, and for the dis...
by Aerochu
Thursday January 4th, 2007 9:40 am MST
Forum: Elections
Topic: Governor Vacancies
Replies: 6
Views: 7250

I've been to the Governor's Corner, and while it lists all the of the elections for a particular election year, I didn't see a comprehensive list. I've seen that one can type in the the url to see a specific state, which I did for my home state of Virginia, but I was hoping I wouldn't have to go thr...
by Aerochu
Tuesday January 2nd, 2007 4:33 pm MST
Forum: Elections
Topic: Qualifed Electors and Land Ownership
Replies: 12
Views: 10509

I've been wondering about this myself. I thought that land ownership was considered one of the main criteria for determing electors, but I think the legislatures of the several states were who determined who could be an elector. I don't believe I have ever seen an original jurisdiction state constit...
by Aerochu
Tuesday January 2nd, 2007 4:22 pm MST
Forum: Elections
Topic: Governor Vacancies
Replies: 6
Views: 7250

Governor Vacancies

Which of the states still need to seat Original Jurisdiction governors? I have not yet seen an exhaustive list of which states have and have not seated them. Also, I believe I read that we now have 37 O.J. governors seated. Getting the remaining 11 seated doesn't seem such a monumental task, so I'm ...
by Aerochu
Friday December 22nd, 2006 2:34 pm MST
Forum: Contracts, Trusts & the Corp. Sole
Topic: Assigning SS Number to a baby
Replies: 11
Views: 11187

We doubt that allegation. We have never seen such a law and contest that no such law exists. I have not seen such a law, either, and I wouldn't dispute that such a law does not exist. However, my question was predicated on a claim made in the "Family Ties" article in the WAR N newsletter....
by Aerochu
Friday December 8th, 2006 8:37 pm MST
Forum: Contracts, Trusts & the Corp. Sole
Topic: Assigning SS Number to a baby
Replies: 11
Views: 11187

Ah, I think I'm starting to figure out what's going on here. Things start to clear up once I start looking up some of these definitions and read between the lines a little. I had read that article once or twice before posting my questions, but I still wasn't getting it. I hope this is correct, becau...
by Aerochu
Friday December 8th, 2006 5:31 am MST
Forum: Contracts, Trusts & the Corp. Sole
Topic: Assigning SS Number to a baby
Replies: 11
Views: 11187

Thanks, Balboa, that's all good stuff. I realize this question may broach info reserved for beneficiaries, but are you telling me that one can actually contract with SSA without establishing the trust? What does this entail/accomplish? Would one still be paying the SS taxes, and be able to collect b...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 6:45 pm MST
Forum: Contracts, Trusts & the Corp. Sole
Topic: Assigning SS Number to a baby
Replies: 11
Views: 11187

Assigning SS Number to a baby

Given that it is now law in some locations to assign a social security number to a baby at birth, _____________________________________________ Inserted by Admin :h: This insert is made here because we did not have the opportunity to respond to this message until after there was a significant topica...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 6:37 pm MST
Forum: Land Patents
Topic: Chain of title
Replies: 1
Views: 2288

Chain of title

Because of the growing ignorance of the people over the last several decades, many don't accept the grant of the land patent. According to all that I've read here, the land then still belongs to the grantor. What happens when a party, who does not accept the grant (hereafter "the seller"),...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 6:23 pm MST
Forum: Land Patents
Topic: 13 Original States
Replies: 1
Views: 2260

13 Original States

I read in the Kelo v. New London post that land in the 13 original states IS subject to eminent domain, whereas land in any of the other states should not be, because of those states' enabling acts. Living in Virginia, this is a matter of interest to me. For the land patent to protect against seizur...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 6:04 pm MST
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: Criminal Prosecution
Replies: 2
Views: 2129

Criminal Prosecution

Where does Corp US get the authority to imprison the citizens of our republic? If every interaction we have with Corp US is contractual, shouldn't their only recourse be in the civil arena? Or can a private corporation really sentence a person to imprisonment or even death for violating terms of con...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 5:58 pm MST
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: The Corp US Constitution
Replies: 1
Views: 2074

The Corp US Constitution

How is it that Corp US could simply adopt amendments to its United States Constitution? Doesn't the explicit text of said Constitution require the same process to amend as our republic's Constitution of the United States? Also, as it pertains to the omitted 13th Amendment to the Constitution of the ...
by Aerochu
Monday December 4th, 2006 5:18 pm MST
Forum: Miscellaneous Topics
Topic: Nature of law
Replies: 2
Views: 2040

Nature of law

Hello, I found this site about a week ago, and I'm intrigued to say the least. I read over as much of the information on this site as I could find, and it brought up a great number of questions, which I hope can be answered in order to help me understand all of this information better. I will split ...

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